Navy Lodge Pensacola
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... get cold and wet on purpose! We did see one alligator - all too briefly - and a fair few different bird species, however the scenery, the visit to the Chesser Homestead, and tbe visitor centre were actually worth the $5.00 entry fee.
Our destination that evening was Tallahasee, the state capital of Florida and our motel, the Howard Johnson Express (or HoJo Express) was located about three miles from the downtown area. The actual city centre was ...
... still over the Christmas holiday, since I like to put up our tree and stay put during the holidays.
(Dedicated to Michael
I have to
start this chapter with a tribute to a wonderful person.
heading to Florida, it was to be a joyous occasion with the wedding of a lovely
young lady we first met twelve years ago.
Back then she thought we may have been axe murderers and was hesitant
when her Mum and Dad invited us to stay with them for a short period of
time. Thankfully she changed ...
After a grueling five days of driving, it was time to find a nice campground and hang out for a few days. My plan was to stay at the state park on the beach near Destin. But the polar vortex spoiled things, so I found an RV park near Pensacola instead. The temperatures were in the 30's at night, and although it was only in the 50's during the day, at least it was sunny! I enjoyed a walk on the beautiful beach and a couple fantastic sunsets over the ...
... toward the beaches was really bad--we made it over the first one, but, at the advice of one of the rangers, decided to forego the second. We went back up into Pensacola to the Fort Barrancas, which is on the current active naval station. Fort Barrancas was first built by the Spanish in the 16th century. It changed hands a number of times between the Spanish, French, and British, until the ...